We’re speaking at Brighton’s refugee festival in May!

The Early Pestalozzi Children Project LogoOur Project has been invited to participate in the
University of Brighton’s Refugee Festival 2018 – part of the Brighton Fringe Festival in May.

William Eiduks spent six years at the Pestalozzi Children’s Village after a young childhood in a displaced person’s camp in Germany.

William will speak about the experience of being cared for at the Pestalozzi Children’s Village after an early childhood in a displaced persons’ camp in Germany during the 1950s.

The event is free and happens on Thursday evening, 11thMay, between 6:00pm and 7:00pm. (We are only involved in the session on 11thMay).

The venue is in the University’s Pavilion Parade campus: Room G7, 10-11 Pavilion Parade, Brighton, BN2 1RA.

Please do come and listen. We be delighted to see “ex-Pests” attend – and anyone else with a connection to Pestalozzi. We will both be there and would be really pleased to meet up with you for a coffee and chat afterwards, too.

For more details about the Refugee Festival, use this link.

For directions to the venue, click here.

Any other queries – get in touch here or call us!